ArangoDB v3.11 is under development and not released yet.
This documentation is not final and potentially incomplete.
Install ArangoDB on-premises
Head to arangodb.com/download, select your operating system and download ArangoDB. You may also follow the instructions on how to install with a package manager, if available.
If you installed a binary package under Linux, the server is automatically started.
If you installed ArangoDB using homebrew under macOS, start the
server by running
/usr/local/sbin/arangod. It is a symlink for
/usr/local/Cellar/arangodb/<VERSION>/sbin/arangod. If it is missing or broken,
you may regenerate it with
brew link --overwrite arangodb.
If you installed ArangoDB under Windows as a service, the server is
automatically started. Otherwise, run the
arangod.exe located in the
bin directory. You may have to run it as administrator
to grant it write permissions to
Securing the Installation
The default installation contains one database
_system and a user
Debian-based packages and the Windows installer ask for a password during the installation process. Red-Hat based packages set a random password. For all other installation packages, you need to execute the following:
This commands asks for a root password and sets it.
The password that is set for the root user during the installation of the ArangoDB package has no effect in case of deployments done with the ArangoDB Starter. See Securing Starter Deployments instead.